Imagine if you knew of someone over 60 who was cured in 3 weeks from advanced emphysema and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder) with an inexpensive natural medicine. And what if you found out this natural enzyme was good for a variety of different health problems, even those nagging "minor" ailments of aging? This inexpensive miracle medication is called Serrapeptase. The story of the man in his 60's who recovered in 3 weeks was related during a radio interview about Serrapeptase, by Dennis Gore, a Manchester, England pharmacist who specializes in natural medicines.
A Dramatic Anecdote
According to Dennis, in 2002, this ill man was brought into the pharmacy in a wheelchair by his wife. He had to breath bottled oxygen, was on antibiotics, and had to use steroid sprays to reduce inflammation constantly. Because of all this, he was often getting other bad infections and ill side effects. The man had heard Dennis on BBC radio discussing studies done in parts of Europe on Serrapeptase's ability to remove airway and blood vessel obstructions that had accumulated over time.
So this severely ill individual asked the pharmacist for some Serrapeptase, which Dennis had on hand. The instructions Dennis gave him were to take two 20,000 IU tablets, about 5 grams, on an empty stomach four times a day, and then phase down to less as he got better.
Three weeks later, a 6 foot middle aged man walked into the pharmacy and asked Dennis Gore if he remembered him. Dennis couldn't. So the man told him he was the one that had COPD, emphysema, and was wheelchair bound just three weeks earlier. He was no longer on antibiotics, sprays, nor was he using oxygen cylinders. Two years later he was still fine and one of the pharmacist's steady customers. And he hadn't even quit smoking!
What Is Serrapeptase?
Serrapeptase is an enzyme that was originally found in silkworms. The silkworm produces this enzyme to digest the tough Mulberry leaves that live on, and more importantly that also use, it to rapidly bore through it's tough cocoon and fly away before any predator can catch it. Scientists isolated this enzyme and began creating cultures by adding a protein. From there they began successful clinical experiments and trials. And it went from that phase to broad usage. It is considered a standard medicine in Germany.
Enzymes are catalysts that enable or speed up biochemical reactions. Just like we were told in high school chemistry, the catalyst, in this case an enzyme, does not get consumed by the chemical reaction. It starts it. There are around 4000 biochemical reactions that require enzymes as catalysts. So the human body needs enzymes not only to digest foods, as many know, but also needs enzymes for cellular activity.
The particular enzyme activity of Serrapeptase is unique. Dennis Gore had studied the reports of a German doctor, Dr. Hans Napier, who had positive results with clearing blocked arteries and preventing the need for by-pass operations. In other words, it is effective and safe as an arterial chelation agent. Dr. Napier treated a woman with Serrapeptase who was scheduled to have her hand amputated. She recovered without the amputation.
Unlike many medications used to remove arterial wall plaque or inflamed lipids (fats) in the blood stream, Serrapeptase does not block the biosynthesis of cholesterol. Cholesterol in its pure form is an antioxidant necessary for all organs in the body to function properly. If it's biosynthesis is hampered, long term health issues will occur.
In addition, it is a very powerful natural anti-inflammatory agent. So any area of inflammation in the body is mollified without resorting to steroid or non steroid drug use, which almost always has side effects, and with a high price tag!
Serrapeptase Historical And Current Usage
Serrapeptase has a 25 year history of use in parts of Europe and Asia. Serrapeptase digests all non living tissue, cysts, blood clots, inflammation, and arterial blockages. It has been found to be more effective than the common medical use of EDTA Chelation for removing arterial plaque. Again, with no side effects.
It has been used successfully for the treatment of cardiovascular problems, arthritis, fibrocystic breast disease, lung problems, sinusitis problems, carpal tunnel syndrome, and even sports injuries. It is recommended as an anti-aging agent simply because much of aging has to do with the accumulation of scar tissue, inflammation, and dis-regulation.
Inflammation is part of a necessary process to protect healthy cells from harmful invaders of all types. Dis-regulation occurs when the inflammation process loses discrimination and no longer differentiates between harmful and benign substances. Then there is unnecessary inflammation leading to long term autoimmune problems.
There are many reports of aches and pains vanishing from people's lives after using Serrapeptase. This natural enzyme does not suppress the immune system in any way. There are no known side effects, not even indigestion. There are many sources available in capsule and tablet form. It's recommended that heavy dosages be taken early until a positive change occurs, then taper off to a lighter dosage.
So why is Serrapeptase not a household term even after 25 years of use in parts of Europe and Asia? It's effective, it's safe, it's inexpensive, and does not require a prescription. Since there are no side effects and it does not hamper the immune system, there would be no more drugs to sell with more doctor visits. Do you really think big pharma would be pushing something like that?